TRADE unions defied calls from plotting MPs to accept the Labour coup yesterday by rallying to support the leadership of Jeremy Corbyn.
Lucy Powell, who resigned as shadow education secretary on Sunday, deepened the rift between the party’s MPs and members as she ordered...
Tuesday 28th Jun 2016
posted by Luke James in Britain
by Keith Ewing, John Hendy and Carolyn Jones
Monday 27th Jun 2016
posted by Morning Star in Features
TOMORROW we decide whether or not Britain should remain a member of the European Union.
We decide in a referendum called by the right, the accidental result of David Cameron’s botched attempt to appease his own backbenchers with a proposal he thought he’d never have to...
Wednesday 22nd Jun 2016
posted by Morning Star in Editorial
THE shadow chancellor outlined plans yesterday that Labour will put in motion if it kicks the Tories out of office at the next general election.
John McDonnell said that, within its first 100 days in government, the party would scrap the hated Trade Union Act that has limited...
Wednesday 15th Jun 2016
posted by Lamiat Sabin in Britain
BERNADETTE HORTON refuses to apologise for caring about disabled people, standing up for our NHS and believing in trade unions to improve our lives
Monday 13th Jun 2016
LABOUR has secured a “historic” commitment from the government to protect trade unions from new spying powers and prevent a repeat of the blacklisting scandal.
Solicitor General Robert Buckland announced on Monday evening that the government had accepted four Labour...
Wednesday 8th Jun 2016
GMB is proud to be embracing modern technology to bring trade unionism to a new generation, writes TIM ROACHE
Tuesday 7th Jun 2016
BRIAN DENNY looks at how the European Commission has waged war on trade unions and kept wages down for working people across its member states
Friday 3rd Jun 2016
by Mark Gruenberg
JOHN ELLISON on why some of the left-wing fears about Brexit aren’t as strong as might first appear
Thursday 2nd Jun 2016